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Preface.--Introduction.--Paper relating to the internal policy of the country.--Proclamation of Lew, chief magistrate of Nanhae, relating to an opium depôt.--The first proclamation of the high commissioner to foreigners demanding the surrender of their opium.--Proclamation by the commissioner to foreigners detailing four reasons why they should at once surrender their opium.--Proclamation containing the imperial decree declaring the English trade for ever at an end.--Letter from the high commissioner to the queen of Great Britiain [!]--Memorial of Tsang Wangyen to the emperor, recommending plans for the entire suppression of all foreign intercourse, and the extermination of foreigners. With a supplement relating to the Portuguese of Macao.--Notes.--Appendix. Offering rewards for the arrest and murder of the English